Crowds turned out last night to see the new and improved Panache at Green Spring Station.
The fresh and sophisticated looked wowed guests. The renovation completely changed the space, with a more open and modern layout.
Although the boutique changed ownership a few years ago, it has been around for decades and has a loyal and devoted following, much of whom turned out last night.
Models mingled with the guests, modeling fashions from the Nicole Miller line.
Designer Nicole Miller was there, too, posing for pictures with guests. The Nicole Miller trunk show runs for the second day today at Panache.
Future fashionistas modeled Nicole Miller dresses of their own.
“The space is now an extension of the high-end and fashion forward designers that help Panache continue to influence the style of Baltimore’s elite,” Owner Vanessa Pivec told us last week. Those designers include Nicole Miller, Yoana Baraschi, Trina Turk, Haute Hippie, and Elizabeth and James, to name just a few. Be sure to check it out yourself.
Panache is located in Green Spring Station at 10751 Joppa Road in Lutherville-Timonium. The Nicole Miller Trunk Show runs until 6 p.m. today. For more information, visit the Panache Facebook page or call 410-321-0110.
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